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Porcelain and Pewter Ball

by Bryony Applegate Design


A beautiful, elegant orange porcelain ball surrounded in flowing pewter.

My design concepts are contemporary and grow through experimentation with both material and technique exploration, keeping bright and contrasting colours consistent throughout.

Ceramic, Pewter


Pewter, Ceramic, Porcelain

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Bryony Applegate Design


I first encountered clay at Art in Clay at Hatfield house when I was 10 years old. I had the chance to throw a pot and make a clay animal. I then went on to make more things with my mum in her studio.

Having left school after Sixth Form after studying triple BTEC Art, I went on to study a foundation in art and design at Oaklands College where my love of ceramics continued to develop. 12 years down the line from my first experience with clay, I have now graduated with a degree in 3D Design Specialising in ceramics. I have both exhibited and sold work at my degree show 'Show and Tell', New designers 2016 and the One Year On showcase at New Designers in 2017 in London.

I like to start with geometric shapes and through experimentation with both materials and techniques, turn it into a visually pleasing object. My work has always formed through practising a technique; usually turning on the wood or plaster lathe. I then continued with my love of techniques by creating moulds to slip-cast the shapes and working on a feature of unusual material such as paper or pewter to add to the ceramic bodies.

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